Thai cabinet approves animal feed imports amid shortage

The move should ease shortages caused by Russia-Ukraine conflict
calendar icon 4 May 2022
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Thailand's cabinet on Tuesday approved new measures to boost imports of animal feed for a three-month period to ease a shortage following the disruption caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, reported Reuters, citing a government spokesman.

The measures, proposed on Monday by the commerce ministry, were for up to 1.2 million tonnes of animal feed ingredients, including corn, wheat and barley, for three months.

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